The federal consumer bureau sued TransUnion and a former executive over deceptive sales tactics.

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

The company repeatedly flouted a ban on luring consumers seeking free credit reports into paid products, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said.


In a First, Google Goes After Puppy Fraud in Court

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

The company’s first consumer protection lawsuit, filed Monday, claims a Cameroon man tricked would-be buyers using Gmail and other services.


Top Spotify Podcast Exec Courtney Holt to Leave Company

Rolling Stone 00:02 13.04

Courtney Holt, a top executive in Spotify’s podcasting business and a four-year veteran of the company, is leaving the streaming giant, a source close to the situation has confirmed to Variety. The…


Yelp Will Pay for Employees to Travel for Abortion Access

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

The company has relatively few workers in Texas, which has the most restrictive abortion law.


Elon Musk? backing off Twitter board opens door to hostile takeover

NBC News 12:06 12.04

Analysts now wonder whether Musk will pursue a hostile takeover of Twitter, without the constraints he would have had on the size of his stake in the company.


How Elon Musk shook up Twitter in 7 days of chaos

NBC News 12:06 12.04

After becoming the largest individual shareholder of Twitter, Elon Musk proceeded to generate more headlines for the company.


Twitter Grapples With an Elon Musk Problem

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

Mr. Musk, Twitter’s biggest shareholder, is free to buy more stock in the company and could use the platform against itself. Some employees are dismayed.


New Drug Slashed Deaths Among Patients With Severe Covid, Maker Claims

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

A late-stage trial was halted after strong early results, according to the company, but the data have not yet been published or peer-reviewed.


TPG’s Footballco Buys Middle East’s Top Soccer Site

Rolling Stone 12:02 12.04

Footballco, the world’s largest soccer-focused digital media company, has agreed to acquire Kooora, the biggest in the Middle East, in a mid-eight-figure all-cash deal, the company told Sport…


Wind Energy Company to Pay $8 Million in Killings of 150 Eagles

NyTimes 03:07 11.04

ESI Energy pleaded guilty based on the documented “blunt force trauma” deaths of golden eagles struck by fast-moving turbine blades, prosecutors said.


New Era Begins at Warner Bros., Tinged With Nostalgia

NyTimes 03:07 11.04

With a new owner, the 99-year-old movie studio appears headed back to its traditional sweet spot as an entertainment company. But the business of Hollywood is no longer the same.


Russian influencers are cutting up their Chanel bags in protest of the company’s wartime policies.

NyTimes 00:08 11.04

The iconic French brand is asking customers to attest that they will not use their newly purchased items in Russia, sparking a social media protest.


Don’t Call it ‘Kamping’: K.O.A. Goes After the Luxury Market

NyTimes 21:08 10.04

The well-known network of budget-focused campgrounds has introduced a new brand to focus on glampers. The company’s head explains the move.


‘A marathon, not a sprint’: how Chris Smalls defied Amazon to form a union

The Guardian 12:12 10.04

Grassroots methods to woo coworkers to join the ‘revolution’ worked even as the company came for him with all its might


Seth Rogen on his pot business: ‘most people can incorporate weed into their lives’

The Guardian 09:12 10.04

Seth Rogen and his partner discuss their company, Houseplant, which sells cannabis and accessories


DAVE MUSTAINE Says He Will Be 'Looking For A New Company' To Manufacture MEGADETH Beer

Blabber 03:16 10.04

MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine, who has been collaborating with the Canadian brewery Unibroue on a beer called À Tout Le Monde for the past seven years, says that his partnership with the Québec-ba...


When Elon Musk buys into Twitter, I don’t need a little bird to tell me something’s afoot | John Naughton

The Guardian 03:13 10.04

The Tesla and SpaceX boss becoming the biggest stakeholder in the social media company should set alarm bells ringing


First all-civilian crew launches on mission to International Space Station

NBC News 03:08 10.04

The flight, organized by the Houston-based company Axiom Space, follows a pair of high-profile trips to suborbital space last year by Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos.


Twitter to add 'unmention' option, allowing users to remove themselves from conversations

NBC News 03:08 10.04

The company’s head of consumer products, Jay Sullivan, said he was proud of the changes being made to make Twitter safer.


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